Jennifer Pogue - TEDxWoodsHole - Reconstructing Creativity. Jennifer Pogue — A plastic and reconstructive surgeon who left the medical field to go into business and finance, Pogue reveals how she re-channeled her creative energy. AboutTEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Bill Deal & The Rhondels - I've Been Hurt Here's one for Frannie. It was the second hit for Bill Deal & The Rhondels with Ammon Tharp on lead vocals, and was a song written by a guy who was well known in the Atlanta area, Ray Whitley. This promo 45 was a mono/stereo promo 45. Anyone who knows this song, knows a true stereo mix has never turned up. The "stereo" side on the promo was a weak sounding rechanneled stereo mix (the same mix that turns up on pretty much every cd it has appeared on -- I'm not sure if the punchier true mono mix has ever turned up on cd!). Enjoy it!
Beatles Cartoon STEREO - I Am the Walrus Unlike older stereo versions of this song, AND the newly remastered "Magical Mystery Tour" CD, this does NOT revert to rechanneled fake stereo after the second verse. From...2008 (new!). A routine day's drive takes a bizarre turn into a strange realm of eggmen, space-walruses, and uncertain identity!
The Mindbenders - A Groovy Kind Of Love (Dan's Stereo Mix - 1965) We have been lucky enough for the outstanding label Eric Records to have recently released "The Game Of Love" in stereo on one of their collections, but this later hit minus Wayne Fontana seems to always keep showing up in mono or rechanneled stereo. Here, I have attempted to the best of my ability via DES stereo and delay effect to create as realistic as possible a stereo spectrum. Hope you enjoy it!
Cliff Richard | Love | Expresso Bongo | 1959 | Love | Expresso Bongo | 1959 | (rechanneled stereo)
The Beatles - I Want To Hold Your Hand (Ed Sullivan Intro) - [STEREO] Here's The Original USA Capitol Records "STEREO" Version Of The Classic 1964 Beatles Hit "I Want To Hold Your Hand". This Is The Version I Remember Hearing As A Kid. I Was Lucky That My Parents Were Willing To Shell Out An Extra $1 For Me To Get The Stereo LP.....A Premium At That Time Over The Mono Version. This Mix Is Different From Other Stereo Versions Because Capitol Records Gave It More Reverb, Some Extra Compression Punch And A Very Good (But Not True) Re-Channeled Stereo Sound.
Brian Hyland - Gypsy Woman - [STEREO version] Nice STEREO Version Of This Big Hit In 1970 For Brian Hyland. Retail Store Vinyl LP's, CD's & CD Compilations Of "Gypsy Woman" Are All In MONO....Not Stereo. Listen Closely To This Sonically Different Version. Is This Re-Channeled, DES Or True Stereo?
Ringo Starr - Live in Michigan - 14. Conquistador (Gary Brooker) Pine Knob Theatre, May 30th 1997. Procol Harum is the self-titled first album by British rock band Procol Harum, released in September 1967. The original Deram release of the LP included a large poster of the album cover artwork by Dickinson. Though the album was recorded on multi-track, it was issued in mono-only in the UK, and in mono and rechanneled stereo in the US. Despite extensive searching, the original multi-track tapes have not been located and thus a stereo mix of the original 10 tracks may never be possible. Several alternate takes (marked + in the list, below), however, have been mixed into stereo and are available on CD.
Ringo Starr - Live in Moscow - 13. Conquistador (Gary Brooker) FOOTAGE FROM SECURITY CAMERAS. August 25th 1998. Procol Harum is the self-titled first album by British rock band Procol Harum, released in September 1967. The original Deram release of the LP included a large poster of the album cover artwork by Dickinson. Though the album was recorded on multi-track, it was issued in mono-only in the UK, and in mono and rechanneled stereo in the US. Despite extensive searching, the original multi-track tapes have not been located and thus a stereo mix of the original 10 tracks may never be possible. Several alternate takes (marked + in the list, below), however, have been mixed into stereo and are available on CD.
The Rivieras - California Sun - [STEREO] STEREO! -- Check Out My Enhanced Re-Channeled DES Stereo Version Of This 1964 Smash Surfin' Hit By South Bend Indiana's Rivieras Called "California Sun".
Boots Randolph - "Percolator" 1958 STEREO Boots Randolph sings "Percolator," released as RCA Camden Lp CAS-865(e) in 1965. Originally recorded in 1958. RCA claimed that this was re-channeled stereo, but it clearly isn't. As a matter of fact, both of the "re-channeled" Boots Camden Lps are, aside from a few tracks, in true stereo. Interesting side note: When RCA Victor issued this as a single in 1958, it was issued as the B-side of the original non-charting version of "Yakety Sax." I'm pretty sure that's Chet Atkins picking the guitar on this track. Chet also produced this record. I really like this album, having grown up with this constantly being played at my Grandmother's house. I'll probably eventually upload the whole Lp.
SBSH No. 01 "Rechanneling the American River" James E. Henley, former Sacramento City Historian, discusses one of fifty-five "Small Bites of Sacramento History." Mr. Henley retired in October 2007 after nearly forty years as Manager of the Center for Sacramento History (formerly the Sacramento Archives and Museum Collection Center).
ADRIANNA_PARNAGIAN-Artist Industry PODCAST Art and the Industry Assignment Transcripts and podcast by Adrianna Parnagian Interview Questions & Answers Interviewed: Robert Andersen Independent Audio Engineer, via email and voice recorded. 1. Q. What do you see as the role of the visual arts in our mass-mediated world and, particularly, in your profession? A. "Visual arts play a large role in our mass-mediated world. For example the Internet itself is a graphical platform that no one can escape. Its presence affects all forms of media. In the music profession you have album art and social media sites for artists now. Although the days of physical media are pretty much gone the Internet still provides a platform for the visual arts in the music and entertainment business." 2. Q. With new communications and media technologies, imagery is almost instantly available. Do you believe that this has a positive or negative influence on the industry? Provide an example. A. "This overall will be a positive influence on the industry. No longer do you need to be noticed by a major corporation for the rest of the world to hear your music or see your art. The negative that comes along with it at the moment is the transition period. Seeing the end of physical media is difficult at the moment but that's where its all leading. The adaptation and implementation period of this is the only downfall at the moment." 3. Q. What popular images are frequently rechanneled throughout the entertainment industry? A. "Right now the most popular ...
Wave - Howard Roberts - 1960's Wave by Howard Roberts 1960's. A classic upbeat 1960's instrumental played on a Sony TTS 3000 turntable with an SME 3009 mark 11 tonearm, and an Ortofon 10 cartridge. Not the best recording almost sounds electronically rechanneled. Roberts was born in Phoenix, Arizona, and began playing guitar at age 8. By the time he was 15 he was playing professionally locally. In 1950 he moved to Los Angeles. There, with the assistance of Jack Marshall, he began playing with musicians including Bobby Troup, Chico Hamilton and Barney Kessel. In about 1956, Bobby Troup signed him to Verve Records as a solo artist. Around that time he decided to concentrate on recording, both as a solo artist and session musician, a direction he would continue until the early 1970s. Roberts played rhythm guitar, lead guitar, bass and mandolin, in the studio and for television and movie projects, including lead guitar on the theme from The Twilight Zone, as well as the classic guitar themes in The Munsters, Bonanza, The Brady Bunch, Green Acres, Get Smart, Batman, Beverly Hillbillies, Andy Griffith, Peter Gunn, Johnny Quest, Gidget, Mannix, Lost in Space, Dragnet, Wild Wild West, Mission Impossible, The Odd Couple, and rhythm guitar on the theme from I Dream of Jeannie. Artists Roberts backed included Georgie Auld, Peggy Lee (Fever), Eddie Cochran (Sittin In The Balcony), Bobby Day (Rockin Robin), Jody Reynolds (Endless Sleep), Shelley Fabares (Johnny Angel), Dean Martin (Houston), The Monkees, Roy Clark ...
Briefing and Distribution of Relief Goods in San Fernando, Pampanga 8/10/2012 Sto. Niño Elementary School, San Fernando City, Pampanga 10 August 2012 President Benigno S. Aquino III visited the City of San Fernando in Pampanga where 22 barangays and 16618 families are affected by the floods brought by the monsoon rains. He distributed relief goods in Sto. Niño Elementary School where around 100 families are temporarily sheltered since Tuesday. According to a report submitted by City Mayor Oscar Rodriguez, the breach on the spillway of Pampanga mega dike caused severe flooding within the city and nearby towns such as Minalin and Sto. Tomas. If not repaired and re-channeled, it will paralyze economic activity in the area and lahar will overflow even in McArthur Expressway. The President gave his assurance that DPWH Secretary Rogelio Singson will help resolve the problem. Pampanga was one of the worst hit by floods due to a week long torrential of rains. As of today, 18 towns and 1 city are affected and a total of 156420 families are displaced. * * *
The O'Kaysions - Girl Watcher (Dan's Stereo Mix - 1968) North Carolina soul act known best for this 1968 hit, first on the local North State label, and later on ABC for national distribution after it became a hit. The North State 45 was mastered from a tape, but when ABC bought the master, North State no longer had a tape, so ABC copied one of their 45's. Seeing as that is, we'll probably never hear a true stereo version, or even a mono tape version. An album released to capitalize on the song was in good clean stereo, with the exception of "Girl Watcher" and it's b-side "Deal Me In" in rechanneled stereo. So here, is my attempt to widen and allow you to hear different elements in this great song.
Art History Podcast What do you see as the role of the visual arts in our mass-mediated world and particularly in your profession? I feel that the visual arts in our mass-mediated world, plays the major role of advertisement. All sorts of corporations use Art in the media as a way to embed their logos into the consumers mind. Particularly, in my profession, Art is used to promote CDs through the cover art. With new communications and media technologies, imagery is almost instantly available. Do you believe that this is having a positive or negative influence on the industry (provide example)? I feel that with new communications and media technologies, there is a positive influence on the industry. I say this because for instance instagram has made it available for everyone and anyone to share anything visual. Not only that but tools for artist have also become available through new technologies like the Ultrabook PC Laptops. Anyone is able to create anything with the Ultrabook PC, it is great for artist because they basically have a canvas on the go for whenever inspiration strikes. What popular images do you see that are frequently rechanneled throughout the entertainment industry? Some of the most popular images that I find rechanneled throughout the entertainment industry are that of many Record Labels and Artists Photographs. Lately you can notice a lot of creations as far as stories and movies go, being recreated now with only subtle changes. Are there particular images that this ...
Hammond Concorde Practice Session - Stormy weather - Satin Doll - Lady Is a Tramp - Gypsy in My Soul This video serves three purposes, first I just got the old Concorde up and running and rechanneled her a bit, thought I would loosen up the old fingers since they were out of commission due to the organ outage and three test the video capabilities of my LG cell phone. Audio is poor, video is nothing to wrtite home about and my playing well at least at my age I didn't fall off the bench!
The Animals - Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood - [STEREO] STEREO! --- Pure Ear Candy From This Original Mono Recording. Here Is a Newly Enhanced Re-Channeled DES Stereo Version Of The Animal's Classic 1965 Hit Called "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood".
Principles of Reincarnation, Walter Semkiw, MD Walter presents principles of reincarnation based on independently researched cases, including reincarnation research conducted by Ian Stevenson, MD at the University of Virginia. He describes how evidence shows that facial features, personality traits, talents (explaining child prodigies) and passions can remain consistent from one incarnation to another, and how xenoglossy cases researched by Stevenson demonstrate that personality is not lost following death, but retained within the soul. Walter also describes his working relationship with Kevin Ryerson and a spirit being named Ahtun Re channeled through Kevin.
The 4 Seasons - Dawn(Go Away) (With 2-Line Sung Intro) - [Special STEREO Version] STEREO! --Dawn (Go Away) Was Originally Recorded Only in Monophonic. Now, Here Is My New Re-Channeled STEREO Version......A Full Length Version That Includes The Original 2-Line Sung Introduction. In The Late 60's, The 4 Season's Record Company Issued A Re-Channeled Stereo Version Of Dawn....But Chopped Off The Introduction...And The Re-Channeled Version Was A Slightly Different Mix Than The Original 1964 Mono Hit Single. I Always Wished A FULL Complete Version Would Have Been Released In Either True Stereo Or The Re-Channeled Version........But It Never Happened. So, After Much Slicing, Dicing And Balancing......Here Is My Personal Full Stereo Creation.....To Share With The World. Let Me Know What You Think.......Enjoy!!
Adam Gray Interviews Andy Lytle Sound Engineer Adam Gray (SPT) interviews Andy Lytle Show Pro Grad and freelance Sound Engineer. Script: What do you see as the role of the visual arts in our mass-mediated world and particularly in your profession? Visual arts are necessary for the entertainment industry because people can create a more of a connection visually than they can sonically. 2. With new communications and media technologies, imagery is almost instantly available. Do you believe that this is having a positive or negative influence on the industry (provide example)? There would be no negative to this concept because the availability of have things at the tips of our fingers will always helps us because of the ever changing equipment that we deal with. 3. What popular images do you see that are frequently rechanneled throughout the entertainment industry? The Grateful Dead scene and movement esp. the Stealie get rechanneled very often even though there hasn't been a Grateful Dead since 1995. 4.Are there particular images that this industry has popularized, and or created? Yes (expletive) poop-step (dub) and all that garbage. 5.Who is one of your favorite visual artist/s, and or what is your favorite style of visual art? Jefferson Waful nuff said. My favorite visual art is moving lights because of all the different effects you can pull off. 6. How has your knowledge of famous artworks influenced your creative process? Watching The Wall by Pink Floyd inspired my creative process by giving me a visual ...
The Seeds - Pushin' Too Hard (Dan's Stereo Mix - 1966) The Seeds have a lot of false-stereo floating around on their original LP's and even CD reissues, with the "NUGGETS" compilation by Rhino Records being the best place to hear the original mono recording. Here, I have attempted to take the original clean mono recording and make a stereo mix the splits apart the different elements versus just add reverb like the fake stereo. Hope you enjoy it!
The Yardbirds - Happenings Ten Years Time Ago (Dan's Stereo Mix - 1966) Up until the recording sessions for "Roger The Engineer" in the spring of 1966 at Advision Studios in London, the Yardbirds stereo catalog was sporadic to put it lightly, with even the aforementioned LP containing rechanneled tracks. This track is one of many who may never see a true stereo release, so here is my attempt.
If You Got The Money, I Got The Time - Lefty Frizzell (1953) "Electronically re-channeled to simulate STEREO"... explains the sound quality.
Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) - Sly & The Family Stone (1969) "Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)" was a 1969 hit single recorded by American soul/rock/funk band Sly & The Family Stone, recognized as one of the greatest and most influential funk songs of all time. The song reached number one on the soul single charts for five weeks, and reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in February 1970. "Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)" was intended to be included on an in-progress album with "Star" and "Hot Fun In The Summertime". The LP was never completed, and the three tracks were instead included on the band's 1970 "Greatest Hits" LP. These were the final Family Stone recordings issued in the 1960s, marking the beginning of a twenty-month gap of releases from the band, which would finally end with the release of "Family Affair" in 1971. "Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)" was re-channeled to simulate stereo on the very popular "Greatest Hits" LP. The song's title is an intentional mondegreen for 'thank you for letting me be myself again'. The song features co-lead vocals from Sly Stone, Rose Stone, Freddie Stone, and Larry Graham. Bassist Graham also prominently uses the then-new technique of slap bass on this recording. Rolling Stone magazine ranked the song #402 on their list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. "Greatest Hits", released on November 21, 1970 on Epic Records, included all of the singles from the albums "Dance To The Music" (1968), "Life" (1968), and "Stand!" (1969), and all of their charting b ...
Electronically re-channeled to simulate STEREO!!! Except this actually sounds like real stereo! [I did the editing myself, using 'Audacity']... what do you think? The song is "Hard to Find" by Gary Lewis and the Playboys. It was only found on the B side of the original 45 RPM issue of "This Diamond Ring" [re-issues of the 45 had a different song].... so this song actually IS hard to find!
The Animals - It's My Life - [STEREO] STEREO! --- Pure Ear Candy From This Original Mono Recording. Here Is a Newly Enhanced Re-Channeled DES Stereo Version Of The Animal's Classic 1965 Hit Called "It's My Life".
Mississippi Mud-Bix Beiderbecke/Paul Whiteman/Rhythm Boys (feat. Bing Crosby) Classic jazz track rechanneled in stereo. From a rare import CD from my personal collection. Recorded 1928 for Victor Records.
The Beatles Cartoons - The Yellow Sub-Marine • The Beatles Cartoons 'All 39 Episodes': "Yellow Submarine" is the tenth studio album by The Beatles in the United Kingdom, released on Apple Records. It was issued as the soundtrack to the film of the same name, which premièred in the United Kingdom seven months prior to the album's release. Only one side of the album contains songs performed by The Beatles; of the six, four were previously unissued. "Yellow Submarine" had been simultaneously issued in 1966 as a single and on the album Revolver, and "All You Need Is Love" had been issued as a single in the summer of 1967. The second side features the symphonic film score composed by George Martin, in versions recorded specifically for the album. "All You Need Is Love" appeared in either mono or rechanneled stereo, ('fake stereo') on the US LP Magical Mystery Tour. It debuted in a true stereo mix on LP for this album. American cassette and 8-track tape versions featured "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" as an extra song on side two Only four new Beatles songs appeared on the album, and two were recorded specifically for the film, "All Together Now" and "Hey Bulldog". "Only a Northern Song" had been recorded during the sessions for Sgt. Pepper, but was set aside from the final running order. "It's All Too Much," like similar numbers recorded immediately following the Sgt. Pepper sessions, was not intended for a specific project. "Hey Bulldog", recorded on 11 February 1968, evolved from an initial ...
Elvis Presley - Tutti Frutti (Rechanneled Stereo) It is interesting that this Italian 45 release from 1980 used the famous (or infamous) "New Orthorphonic" Rechanneled Stereo Effect Processed From Monophonic" instead of the original High Fidelity version! Uploaded with Free Video Converter from Freemake
Johnny Mathis - Chances Are (in rare True Stereo) This perennial Mathis favorite was released on a 78 (Columbia 40993) and 45 rpm disc (4-40993) and was one of Johnny's massive hits (his only early hit to go to number 1). When the song was included in "Johnny's Greatest Hits" album, it was in mono - and later the album was issued in "rechanneled stereo". However, in 1989, CBS found a heretofore undiscovered true stereo (binaural?) version in it's vaults, and released it on the CD "Radio Classics Of The 50s". (VERY early "stereo" was initially referred to as "binaural" - as opposed to "monaural" sound.) As was the case with these early stereo or binaural recordings - the vocalist often was heard totally from one channel and the orchestra was heard totally from the other channel. That is the case here. Whether it is heard in mono or stereo - it is a Johnny Mathis classic performance. Ray Conniff supplied the expert orchestral backing. Uploaded with Free Video Converter from Freemake
Cliff Richard | The Shadows | Travelin' Light | Travelin' Light | (rechanneled stereo)
EricColeman PodcastAssignment Me: What do you see as the role of the visual arts in our mass-mediated world and particularly in your profession? Christian Alejo: The role in the visual arts plays a major role, from gaming to graphics design. You see visual arts on ads, billboards, commercials, movies, logo designs, video games. But in music production it has a very little role because it is music you can be inspired by it or by art work and make music accordingly but it has a very little role. Me: With new communications and media technologies, imagery is almost instantly available. Do you believe that this is having a positive or negative influence on the industry (provide example)? Christian Alejo: I think it is both positive and negative, Positive, because you can find a vast amount of images rather than going to museums. Negative because today you can photo shop anything, and make bad press reputation for an artist or person, people are trying to make fun off. Me: What popular images do you see that are frequently rechanneled throughout the entertainment industry? Christian Alejo: Popular images that are rechanneled, well anything thats known throughout the world a lot of cartoon movies, the gecko from the Geico commerical, any type of sports logo. Me: Are there particular images that this industry has popularized, and or created? Christian Alejo: Popular images, Spiderman, Bat man, The Avengers, Mickey Mouse, Loony Tunes, anything cartoon basically became popular. Me: Who is one of your ...
D.Phelps Me : What do you see as the role of the visual arts in our mass-mediated world and particularly in your profession? Kyle : I see the role visual arts in our "mass mediated world" playing as both a blessing and a curse. It can either help you tremendously, or put you out of business permanently. Me : With new communications and media technologies, imagery is almost instantly available. Do you believe that this is having a positive or negative influence on the industry? Kyle : With the technology that is available right now, most imagery is readily available. With our society focused on instant gratification, it helps our industry very much. It helps it because we can get the product out faster and more efficiently Me : What popular images do you see that are frequently rechanneled throughout the entertainment industry? Kyle : Many images are "rechanneled" it just depends on where you look and what industry you look in. Games tend to do it very often, and this is where I see it happen most often. Me : Are there particular images that this industry has popularized, and or created? Kyle : Games have popularized so many images. Big games such as Mass Effect, Call of Duty, and Red Dead Redemption have created images and characters that are so memorable people don't need think about who is in the picture or piece of work, they simply know. Me : Who is one of your favorite visual artist/s, and or what is your favorite style of visual art? Kyle : One of my favorite visual artists ...
Cliff Richard | The Shadows | Do You Wanna Dance | Do You Wanna Dance | (rechanneled stereo)
Wave theory and digital marketing Ponente: Darin Brown, President, CP+B Europe For years the industry has said we are moving from a broadcast model to that of a conversation. Some of this is true but really, great marketing is behaving more like the world of physics... every action has a reaction. Energy can be amplified and re-channeled. What does this really look like and what is it going to take to do this kind of marketing
Body of Proof Season 3 Promo #1 (HD) Body of Proof enters its third season February 5, 2013, creatively revamped to deliver even more exciting episodes and with two new cast members complementing the ever brilliant, always driven neurosurgeon-turned-Medical-Examiner Dr. Megan Hunt in her quest to find justice for the dead and prevent harm to the living. Twenty years ago Megan had her heart broken. Not that she would ever admit it. As a surgical resident in New York City, she stitched up a wounded young cop named Tommy Sullivan who had been shot during a drug bust, and a passionate love affair ensued. It ended just as tempestuously when he cheated on her. Reeling from this betrayal, Megan returned to Philadelphia, vowing never to be hurt again. She built a highly successful career and an equally successful marriage... Or so she thought. She never appreciated how the demands of her career were taking a toll on her personal life until her husband divorced her and she lost custody of their then 7-year-old daughter, Lacey. Adding to this trauma, Megan then suffered a car accident that left her with a condition called paresthesia, characterized by random attacks of numbness and cramping of her hands. Tragically this condition failed to manifest itself until Megan's first trip back to the operating room; she lost control of her instruments and her patient died on the table. Megan's life as a neurosurgeon was over. Two years into her new life as a Medical Examiner, Megan has rechanneled her genius and personal ...
Dave Clark Five - Any Way You Want It - [STEREO] STEREO !! .......Well, Almost. This Re-Channeled DES Stereo Version Has Been Up On The Web For A While, But I Have Cleaned Up Some Of The Distortion, Balanced The EQ And Added Some Extra Punch. So, Here Is My Tweaked Version Of "Any Way You Want It", A Track That Was Never Originally Recorded In Stereo By The Dave Clark Five. Crank Up The Volume, Cuz This Tune Was Meant To Be Played ...... LOUD!!!
Alm Jodler by DJ Braining Renschy This is a brilliant, recent reformulated rehumorizing rechanneled, reinvigorated techno take on yodeling... I love this track by this rising Austrian techno-dubsteppish DJ. I coupled it with an insanity I grew up with. For almost forever I didn't know the name of the cartoons that scurried across my mindscape beginning at age 7, growing up in NJ; arguably these cartoons now known as the Van Beuren Studios Aesop's Fables. Weird is exactly how daughter Paloma described, refreshingly liberatingly free of logic weird or this retreat-into-absurdity charm. This one is called "The Farmerette"  features a Betty Boopish cat who takes on the task of motivating a farm of lazy animals to become the glorious beasts of burden they truly are.